New Delhi, July 24: Bangladesh Foreign Secretary Mohamed Mijarul Quayes on Tuesday met his Indian counterpart Ranjan Mathai here to discuss political, economic, security and connectivity related issues and measures, which need to be taken to enhance people to people contact between the two neighbours.
Quayes also met External Affairs Minister S.M.Krishna.
The officials of both the sides would discuss bilateral strategic and global partnership and also regional and international issues of mutual interest at the annual India-Bangladesh Foreign Office Consultations.
During the meeting, the foreign secretaries also discussed the future course of action and the decisions that need to be taken with regards to the ones that were taken during the two summit meetings held in 2010 and 2011, and the first meeting of the Indo-Bangla Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) in New Delhi in May 2012.
Of late, there has been significant improvement in the trade relations between the two countries.
Given the geographical proximity, warm and friendly ties, availability of workforce and investment-supportive atmosphere, the quantum of Indian investment and trade with Bangladesh is further expected to improve for mutual benefit. (ANI)